{:en}DEWA’s nanosatellite DEWA-SAT1 is stable in its low earth orbit{:}{:ar}استقرار القمر الاصطناعي النانوي “ديوا – سات 1” في مداره المنخفض حول الأرض{:}

{:en}DEWA’s nanosatellite DEWA-SAT1 is stable in its low earth orbit{:}{:ar}استقرار القمر الاصطناعي النانوي “ديوا – سات 1” في مداره المنخفض حول الأرض{:}

{:en}Dubai, United Arab Emirates: Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) announced that DEWA-SAT 1, which it launched last month, is stable in its low earth orbit at 525 kilometres. It travels at some 7.5 kilometres per second and takes about 90 minutes to orbit the Earth. HE Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD and CEO of DEWA, said that DEWA-SAT 1 is a 3U nanosatellite. It was launched as part of DEWA’s Space-D programme to improve its operations, maintenance, and planning of electricity and water networks by using nanosatellites and taking…

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